Don’t steal my shine – Charsay warns Nero X


Music of Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Source: Livefmghana.com

2016-01-27

Charsay Accuseplay videoCharles Appiah aka Charsay

The management of rapper and singer, Charles Appiah, known on stage as Charsay is accusing fellow industry mate, Nexo X of stealing their shine.

According to the artiste who came to lodge the complain to Livefmghana.com, he does not expect any sought of monetary gain from Nero X rather a recognition.

“We don’t want any money from Nero X, all that we want is for him to come out and tell the truth and let people know that, the Aseda song that he’s been claiming ownership of is not his and that is it mine.

“ I mean, it hurts and because people and event organizers do not know the truth, they end up calling him for shows which is not fair,” Charsay said.

In an answer to what the ideal situation should be, he said; “ under normal circumstances, he has to either perform just his part of the song and not the full song with my voice on it, or we go on stage together but that is not the case here, all that I want is for him to enlighten people on what the real truth is when he goes for interviews.”

Efforts to hear Nero X’s side of the story during time of publication proved futile as his line was off.

Aseda is a song that glorifies God, it talks about the good works of God in the life of people and the need for him to take his glory.

Charsay started singing since childhood and for him, determination and diligence is his hall mark.

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